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2014-2016 Nissan Versa LED Hyper Flash/sedan flasher module location

Hello everyone,

I have a question I figured would already have been asked here in the forums, but was unable to find anything relevant.

So here's my issue. I purchased a 2015 Nissan Versa S sedan back in September 2014. When my front parking bulbs (T10/W5W) started going out around 35k miles, I replaced every single one with LEDs, including the headlights, taillights, signal bulbs and reverse lights. They use much less power and are brighter than standard incandescent light bulbs.

The bulb type guide can be found in the linked user manual for this car via the Nissan USA official site:

https://owners.nissanusa.com/nowners...n/manualsGuide

However, with that said, LEDs in this car do pose one problem as with many foreign manufactured cars: hyper flashing turn signal bulbs. The module (or relay/control module, etc.) that controls the bulbs flashing during a TURN SIGNAL (NOT during use of the hazard flashers) sees the lower power consumption from the LED bulbs as an indication that the bulbs are out, and it begins to flash the bulbs much faster than normal.

So to my question now: does anyone know where the flasher module is located on the 2015 Nissan Versa sedan? Or what it is that controls it, and where to find it? Is there a replacement part for this that will work with LED bulbs? I want to avoid having to install load resistors if possible, I know they are an option but I would like to avoid any wire splicing unless absolutely necessary.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Same problem. Any answers?
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Wow, look at those rims and tires.....

The front splitter isnt bad either.

Last I checked most new cars made in the last few years have it integrated int the fuse box. Its not a relay you can unplug and replace like back in the day.
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Just add load resistors.
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Same problem. Any answers?
Sorry for the long reply. Yeah I ended up just installing load resistors, the result under yours was right its an integrated module. Can't be replaced.

Since I created this post, good 'ole Indiana...hit a HUGE pothole about 1 years ago. The rims from my post are toast switched to Konig grams.

Even these photos are a bit dated, but this was from the resistor install. There are more pics on my Instagram account, should be linked in my signature. I'll post pics later of the mounting location I chose when I can, it's super cold here (Indiana is in the middle of that huge winter storm, it's approaching 0F lol).

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Iam sorry i know this is off topic but where did you get those DRLs?
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Yeah, nearly all vehicles that don't have LED turn signal bulbs will need a resistor module to put enough load on the signal to trick the car into thinking that there is still an incandescent bulb installed. LED's draw too little voltage/amperage and in effect makes the car think the bulb is burned out due to a lack of draw.

I've been extremely happy with my Sylvania Zevo LED bulbs. Expensive but worth it considering i've tried multiple cheap brands in the past.
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Hello everyone,

I have a question I figured would already have been asked here in the forums, but was unable to find anything relevant.

So here's my issue. I purchased a 2015 Nissan Versa S sedan back in September 2014. When my front parking bulbs (T10/W5W) started going out around 35k miles, I replaced every single one with LEDs, including the headlights, taillights, signal bulbs and reverse lights. They use much less power and are brighter than standard incandescent light bulbs.

The bulb type guide can be found in the linked user manual for this car via the Nissan USA official site:

https://owners.nissanusa.com/nowners...n/manualsGuide

However, with that said, LEDs in this car do pose one problem as with many foreign manufactured cars: hyper flashing turn signal bulbs. The module (or relay/control module, etc.) that controls the bulbs flashing during a TURN SIGNAL (NOT during use of the hazard flashers) sees the lower power consumption from the LED bulbs as an indication that the bulbs are out, and it begins to flash the bulbs much faster than normal.

So to my question now: does anyone know where the flasher module is located on the 2015 Nissan Versa sedan? Or what it is that controls it, and where to find it? Is there a replacement part for this that will work with LED bulbs? I want to avoid having to install load resistors if possible, I know they are an option but I would like to avoid any wire splicing unless absolutely necessary.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Dammn,

I'm in same Mission with My TIIDA 2012 Sedan, "Replace all OEM bulbs to LED"

- Headlight : Replaced with H4 LED
- Parking light : Replaced
- Installed a New set of Combo DRL (DRL + Turn Signal)
- Turn Signal : Replaced but Flashing as you mentioned here
- Trunk Light : Replaced with LED

- Cabin Light : Waiting for Shipment
- Break Light : Waiting for Shipment
- Reverse Light : Waiting for Shipment

Dammnnnnn I love LEDs but this Turn Signal Flash bothers me, I don't wanna do some hard wiring stuffs but looking for any other options.
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